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Magazine articles on Unix.
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Linux Journal
December 22, 2001
Jeremy D. Impson
VNC, Securely: Part 2 Secure, transparent and ubiquitous desktops with VNC and OpenSSH... mark for My Articles 54 similar articles
Linux Journal
November 29, 2001
Eric Jorn Seneca
sendmail: Introduction and Configuration A guide for those of you configuring your first e-mail server... mark for My Articles 88 similar articles
October 1, 2001
Fred Hapgood
Using Unix Early fears fade into the success of open systems... mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
Linux Journal
September 2001
Mick Bauer
GPG: the Best Free Crypto You Aren't Using, Part I of II An introduction to the underappreciated, 100% free utility you didn't know you needed (but do) -- GnuPG... mark for My Articles 47 similar articles
July 2001
Stephan Somogyi
Take Command of Mac OS X The command line makes your Mac more powerful... mark for My Articles 570 similar articles
May 2001
Thierry Manfe
Embed Java code into your native apps Embedding Java code into a Unix application developed in C or C++ can create problems related to GUIs or threads synchronization. Here's a solution that relies on a good understanding of the Unix APIs and robust software architecture... mark for My Articles 354 similar articles
May 7, 2001
Testing a Router or Firewall We do not present a generic high level method. Indeed, every network administrator has its own way to set up a device or to solve a problem. We emphasize on the low level method by presenting key points, which can be linked together in order to construct the method of every person... mark for My Articles 114 similar articles
May 2001
Anil Hemrajani
Does Sun understand GUI design? Sun has done a great job with Swing, but Java has failed to dominate the client side like it has dominated the server side. This could be related to the fact that Sun's roots are in Unix... mark for My Articles 425 similar articles
Unix Insider
March 2001
Cameron Laird & Kathryn Soraiz
ksh keeps up ksh has all the capabilities of other popular login shells, it was a standard for SysVr4 Unix, and it is a good deal faster than other shells. So why aren't you using it? ksh93 is now available in both source and binary forms under a new AT&T license mark for My Articles 59 similar articles
Unix Insider
March 2001
Jim Mauro
Solaris sockets, past and present A close look at kernel sockets in Solaris... mark for My Articles 37 similar articles
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